MN - Stevens Square Park
Video features a playable art neighborhood playground at Stevens Square Park in Minneapolis Minnesota.
[video: Aerial panning view over the top of the play area at Stevens Square Park. A large apple playground structure sits next to a unique caterpillar inspired climber with surrounding slides, climbers, and swings. Side view of children climbing inside the spiral apple shaped playground climber. A young girl slides down the green SlideWinder designed to look like a worm climbing into the apple shaped climber. Side view of a girl as she climbs up and through the caterpillar inspired climber.]
[video: a young girl flips herself over and around a chin up bar. A boy lays down on the SlideWinder slide and slides down towards the camera. A young girl slides down the slide, and second girl slides down the slide. As she stops at the bottom of the slide she sits and smiles for the camera as her hair stands up from the static electricity. Camera views through the opening gaps of the apple shaped playground climber as a boy climbs up climbing posts inside. Three children climb on the caterpillar inspired playground climber.]
[video: a young girl holds onto a spinning overhead wheel. Camera pans with a boy and girl as they swing on the monkey bars in sync. Camera pans across the playground as children play all around. A young girl swings towards the camera on the Trekker ladder monkey bars. Elevated pan over the top of the caterpillar and apple climber. Children climb all over each climber. A young girl fixes her hair behind her ears and continues to climb through the caterpillar climber. She smiles down at the camera while climbing through the climber. Two girls climb around each other on the caterpillar climber.]
[video: a child’s feet walks around the outer gap spiral on the apple shaped climber. A young girl climbs through and away from the camera through the caterpillar climber. A group of children hand upside-down from the monkey bars. They giggle at each other as their faces get red. Close up of a young boy hooking his legs through the chain ladder climbing wall. A young girl climbs above the camera inside the apple shaped playground climber. A girl situates her feet on the ladder chain wall climber.]
[video: camera views a girl through the spiral gap on the apple shaped climber. She sits at the top deck of the slide inside the climber. She smiles for the camera. Top down view as the camera follows a girl as she slides down the SlideWinder slide of the apple climber. Elevated view of a young girl as she ducks through the barrel shape of the caterpillar climber. Elevated view of a boy leaning out from the spiral gap inside the apple climber. He looks sideways at the camera and smirks, fade out.]
[video: fade into and overhead view as two girls play in a playground sand box. One girl kneels to use the accessible SuperScoop excavator. Camera zooms out from a boy standing in between two parallel ladder chain wall climbers. A group of girls stand in front of the SlideWinder slide speaking to the camera about the playground.]
Girl 1: I like… I like the slides better.
[video: side close-up of the girl sliding down the SlideWinder slide.]
Girl 2: My favorite thing on this playground is everything.
[video: view of the apple climber with SlideWinder slide and caterpillar climber behind it.]
Girl 3: My favorite thing on this playground is the apple.
[video: camera pans down a boy as he hands upside down from the monkey bars. Close-up of a young girl as she climbs inside on the rope climbers of the apple playground structure. She turns and waves at the camera and then continues climbing. Camera switch to a girl sitting at the top of the SlideWinder slide and smiling for the camera, fade out. Fade in to a girl as she hands on to the outside of the SlideWinder slide looking back and smiling at the camera. A young girl peeks through an opening in the caterpillar climber and smiles for the camera. Screen goes black and text appears, text reads: Better playgrounds. Better world. Landscape Structures logo slides up from the bottom of the screen replacing the text.]